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Snake Abscess

**WARNING: Veterinary Surgical Procedure on Snake. Involves opening of abdominal region on the reptile. Please consider skipping if you are squeamish about reptiles or animal surgery. Remember, watch by choice, and comment with respect! Thanks! πŸ™‚ END WARNING**

Dedicated to Brent, In this fun video, a snake has a really gross (!) abscess removed along with her gall-bladder, to which it was attached. She is perfectly fine now, according to the video, and all’s well. I thought this was interesting. Hope you like it too.

To address a question, the Doctor replied:
Thanks for your comments…
Snakes should do well without a gall bladder. It is a procedure commonly done in people with no ill effects. It is also done on rare occasions in dogs with no complications. Some animals such as horses don’t even have a gall bladder!
Post-operatively she woke up pretty slowly. It took here about 1.5 hours to start to breathe onο»Ώ her own. Within a short time after that she was moving around and acting perfectly normally.


Intestinal Abscess Removal in Black-Headed Python.wmv
Uploaded to YouTube by ReptileDoctor on Sep 11, 2011

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